I work with computers all day, working on two 16:9 Lenovo monitors with pretty large bezels. This is quite annoying when I want to work on say a webpage optimised for ultra wide monitors and I have almost 2 inches of bezel in the middle.
AOC knows this is an issue and has addressed it with their new range of business orientated monitors. These feature 3 “bezel-less” borders and a stylish gunmetal grey chin bar and matching base.
These monitors ranging from 24-inch to 27-inch sizes and equipped with the advanced IPS panels with wide colour gamut are aimed at businesses and demanding prosumers. Users will appreciate their sleek 3-sided frameless design for seamless multiple monitor set-ups. AOC’s eye-protecting features reduce discomfort for users working long hours, and the monitors’ high energy-efficiency helps to reduce costs and users’ carbon footprint. Three of the new models are also equipped with an ergonomic and easily mountable stand.
|Size and Panel||23.8″ IPS||27″ IPS||23.8″ IPS||27″ IPS||27″ IPS|
|Resolution||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||2560 x 1440|
|I/O||VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort||VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort||VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.0||VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.0||VGA, 2 x HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.0|
All monitors include a range of energy efficient software; E-Saver turns the power consumption down when the user is away and Eco Mode automatically adjusts the screen settings depending on the content being displayed. A nice feature being introduced is the i-Menu which allows for typical on screen menu controls via physical buttons to be controlled via mouse; an earlier version can be seen in my review of the Philips 241P6VPJKEB.
We can expect to see stock in July 2017, and September 2017 for the Q2790PQU.